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Man disguised as a police officer kills 22 and injures 3 in Nova Scotia, Canada


<b>Man disguised as a police officer kills 22 and injures 3 in Nova Scotia, Canada</b>This is the deadliest mass shooting in the country's history.
22 people were killed during the rampage, which began Saturday April 18th night in Portapique and ended Sunday April 19th in Enfield with the gunman shot dead by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP). The mass shooting may have begun as a domestic dispute when the man assaulted his girlfriend, who escaped and is now a key witness. The shooter, 51-year-old Gabriel Wortman, terrorized the atlantic Canadian province for around 13 hours at different locations: Wentworth, Portapique, Debert, Shubenacadie, Milford and Enfield. Nine of his victims died inside their homes after he set their houses on fire. Most of them were his neighbors and acquaintances. Then, using replica police cars and wearing a police uniform, he shot people randomly by firing at them on the roadside. After hiding at an industrial area for six hours overnight, Wortman resumed his killing spree the next morning, changing his clothing and vehicles several times. He was later intercepted and killed by police at a gas station in Enfield, Nova Scotia. The gunman, a denturist who ran the Atlantic Denture Clinic in Dartmouth as well as one in Halifax, had been involved in several disputes with associates, business partners and family members. Those who knew him described him as a jovial man who had an obsession for policing and the RCMP. He collected cars and motorbikes, and purchased old police cars.

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Jean Mum 2020-04-30 at 01:23

Image Faces of Gabriel Wortman's victims
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Cathy Vikulchik 2020-04-30 at 00:17

Image Map of the area where the shootings happened
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